Every time I upload these episodes it asks me to select a genre, and so I scroll down to the “comedy” tag and select it with all the unearned confidence of a Jimmy Carr type person, boldly declaring that what we do is so categorically hilarious that an entire Amazon Web Services database needs to know about it. I am disgusting. Hello.
In this episode, Gav is haunted by real sausages, real mash. Steve encounters a weirdo tutorial in Microsoft Flight Simulator. And Log is here too, an undercurrent of delight in a riptide of shite.
Welcome back to the Regular Features lab where we build clones of the boys for each consecutive week of podcasting. Please WATCH YOUR STEP we spilled some of the juice that makes Log and it will try and slide up your trousers. Anyway, this week our latest batch of semi-conscious homunculi farted out some podcast or other. The Joe one talked about sucking on a PlayStation controller, the Steve thing wrote some popular new fiction about wangs, and the mess we call Gav says a dead man did some singing and then proved it. We’ve since incinerated them all.
THANKS KEVIN MACLEOD:
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Live show! 8pm BST, June 13th on our YouTube channel.
We weren’t here for you last week, so have a luxurious king size episode on us. Lay down on it baby, roll around, grind your muddy shoes into the sheets and just soak it all up at your own pace. 58 minutes, hoo-whee, that’s long enough to make whoever edited it wonder if they left a big chunk of something in there that they shouldn’t have.
Gav’s mam’s got WhatsApp quibbles, Steve’s left glute’s got muscle troubles, and Joe’s ears have got podcast bubbles. It’s Regular Features, ahaaaa. Kept you waiting, huh?
Sneaky Snitch by Kevin MacLeod
Matt’s back, you guys! And when he’s not explaining in the most accurate terms why going skiing like he did is Tory af, he’s squealing in raw delight at Steve’s slogans for “International Sleep Day”, the marketing invention that can be used by a variety of products, such as Casper Mattresses, Philips SAD lamps, and your dad.
“Go to bed, son. It’s international sleep day and I absolutely can’t bear to look at you for another damn minute. Your limitless energy just makes me feel rotten and old.”
Anyway! Cram this bunch a business up ya, and don’t come running to us when your earbuds fly out!